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to be dozens more in the coming days and weeks. this crisis is by no means over. anna, hold on a minute. chad myers, our severe weather expert, our meteorologist is joining us right now. we shouldn't be surprised, chad, that there's another earthquake, in effect, an aftershock that has just occurred. >> that's right. but, anna, if you can still hear me. an hour and 16 minutes ago there was a 6.three aftershock. two questions. did you feel that one? and if you did, how much stronger was the one that you just felt compared to that one? >> reporter: chad, the one that we experienced earlier this morning, the one that you mentioned an hour ago, that was much, much stronger. much stronger. i was actually inside the building and it was swaying from side to side. there were blind in the building and they were moving. so that was much more noticeable. although, in saying that, i am standing outside now. so you can see trees move. you can see our television equit move. that's -- i guess it takes a little bit out of it when you're standing outside. it's a lot more noticeable when you are inside the bui
to be happy about. >> wear it now with pride. >>> the nfl lock out continuing, could chad ochocinco be trading in his football cleats for soccer cleats? chad tried out today for the wizards. before you laugh it off. chad played soccer from when he was 4 years old until high school. when he quit to focus on football. he says he calls soccer his first love. child, please. brian back with more after this. ♪ ♪ [ female announcer ] bursting with mouth-watering real fruit and refreshingly blended with creamy low-fat yogurt, mcdonald's strawberry-banana and wild berry smoothies are 100% pure sipping fun. the simple joy of real fruit smoothies. ♪
to radiation from a nuclear power plant. as we get more information on that and our chad myers gets ready, let's look at some pictures of the new video out of japan. it's unbelievable. it's from japanese television, the very latest. are these live pictures or is this tape? this is tape. again, this is a shoreline that we have been looking at there. and then we've been looking at all the pictures of the rubble and devastation. and the second day really of daylight there. in the meantime, let's bring in cnn's chad myers. chad, we've been talking about what's going on there especially as it comes to possible exposure. >> yeah. >> this is a failure, possible failure. they said that would be really catastrophic if that does happen. what's going on? show us where it is and tell us about the issues. >> it's a failure to keep the rods in the reactor cool enough because they are supposed to have diesel generators backing up power to keep the pumps running to keep the water flowing through the reactor. well, about an hour after the earthquake, the tsunami actually killed the diesel generators. so all of
-sthe fell in the all-star dunk contest. anrather than retreat from the limelight, chad ochocinco is taking his talent to kansas city. he started playing soccer up four-years-old. he had to quit and high school to focus on football. that added soccer fan may soon become a soccer player. >> with the locked out here, this is something i have always wanted to do. now i have the opportunity to do it. i cannot make up for the time i missed. this will always be my number one sport. >> the club signed former mets pitcher. about zero weeks left until opening day. >> have to love chad. wh >>> above and beyond the call of duty. two dozen police officers and rescue workers were honored with this year's of valor award. the chamber of commerce sponsored the event. >> congratulations, everybody. that is great. >>> could be an active weather night tonight especially around 9:00. severe thunderstorm watch for most of the area. in the reason we have an area of storms moving through. the heaviest ones near westminster. in a heavier lines stretch out across western pennsylvania and western
of the west coast in the u.s. is in the striking zone this coming hour. >> absolutely. cnn meteorologist chad myers is here with the latest. there is so much to cover, chad. what are you seeing? >> this is a big quake. this is large. this is the biggest quake that has a potential to affect the west coast of the u.s. that you probably have heard about in your lifetime, especially in my lifetime. so this quake, even though it's in japan, has sent a wave. we know that the bulk of the wave maybe centered and push down towards hawaii and maybe even toward the south coast of south america but a significant portion of this wave propagating toward the western coast of the u.s. i have seen a 12-inch wave in crescent city become a five foot wave because of the way the crescent beach is shaped. this could happen in any of those beaches along the west coast of the u.s. it's about an hour to an hour and a half away. we know that by the colors of the bands and how many hours it would take. it took about 7 1/2 hours from the quake and the disturbance to get to hawaii. if you look at the lines, that's anothe
that. >>> minutes ago we told you about tornadic activity. chad myers with us now because already reports of damage? >> yes, near largo and kind of on the peninsula here, largo and there is clear water and then tampa and then mr. diller air force base right there and kind of brandon, the city of brandon right there, as a tornado maybe by a funnel by this time in brandon, ran over that but damage over in largo. a three-building tower has collapsed. moved back into the bay almost south of tampa and that would be ybor city and right on through and it's now moved off to the east and the circulation would be there, but as i look at the latest doppler radar, i think that rotation has significantly decreased so although the weather service did continue the warnings now for western polk and also for eastern hillsboro county, that would be this right here, this box right here and they're saying maybe much rotation to keep it going or it could increase its rotation again because sometimes these things spin up and spin down. and also one more to the east, kind of in southeastern volusia coun
association. chad is the president of pitch field ananal lit -- analytics, cameron johnson, entrepreneur and author. great to see all of you guys. todd, i want to ask you first -- let's talk about p gas prices now. from where you sit, are you telling small businesses you know what, plan for the worst, start thinking of ways to hedge this? >> well, i think the key thing to watch, you know, foreign policy -- i'm no foreign policy expert. the key thing is saudi arabia. and -- the next couple of weeks whether -- anything develops there that could be dangerous is a real danger sign. gas prices have gone up. we have seen these spikes before. they are definitely a problem, as you describe for small companies. i haven't been telling people, though, it is time to really plan for the very worst. we will see what the next few weeks hold and -- if that's the case, you can see significant rises in gas prices if things develop that could last for a very long time. that would be very bad news for small business and the entire u.s. economy. >> chad, what do you see from your vantage point? is this somet
the wave of destruction, i want to bring in chad myers and jim garrity. chad, why was the tsunami as big as powerful as it was? was it just because of the magnitude of the quake? >> and the closeness and the proximity to japan in general. it was only about five minutes away technically speed wise. so when the earth below the water thrust itself up, the crust literally, the surface of the ocean bottom was pushed up by the earthquake, all the water moved as well and it moved very quickly into japan and didn't have any time to what we call attenuate which is a big long-term, but think about this. if you take the power of a blow dryer, and you put it close to your head, it's really hot. if you put it away a couple of feet, it's not so hot. it's the same blow dryer and same heat coming away. but if you let the heat spread out, or you let the water and waves spread out over many, many miles and slow down a little bit before it got to the u.s. or south america, the waves are not so big. >> was there something, jim, about this particular area in japan that makes it vulnerable to these earthquake
much for that. i want to bring dr. sanjay gupta in, in just a moment. and we're going to talk to chad myers about the wind conditions, because it is critical what way the wind is blowing. last i heard, the wind was blowing down from the north. we are north from where this plant is, and that's the reason we're here frankly. but, again, it's all about wind conditions. anything that is released, any radioactive material that is released, which way will it blow? so we'll have apupdate on wind conditions. i want to give you a sense of the timeline. i know you've heard a lot of different stuff over the last five days of this disaster. i want to look back at the last five days and bring us up to speed where we are right now. let's take a look. at 2:46 p.m., the 9.0 earthquake strikes off japan's coastline, unleashing a tsunami that swallowed everything in its path. four of japan's 17 nuclear power plants automatically shut down. standard procedure following an earthquake. multiple generators kick in to keep the reactors cool and safe. or at least that's what is supposed to occur. nearly eigh
? >> one man's birthday gets -- he hit the century mark. . and run chad run. perhaps the mouthiest player laces up a different kind of cleat. 3! . >>> and here is your sports report. there will be new items when you make your first trip to the yard. delaware north is taking over this season and that means new concession items alongside old favorites. you can trade the bird land dog, burger cookies, and enjoy it with a nattie del. >>> those who couldn't get into an ivy league school, always had the ivy at camden but no more. lue set until to your seat and see the barbecue and smell the beer but out in center field will look different because the grounds keepers had to cut down all the ivy after it caught a disease so it won't be completely ivy free, they were able to save some. >>> it wouldn't be a day ending in a y if chad wasn't shoe horning himself into the news. he started trying out for sports in the kansas city manager league soccer league. he said it's always been his dream, he claims a lot of things. the tryouts last three more days there. you g he makes it. >>> more local news wai
and is serious about arranging a four round boxing match with ochocinco. chad johnson whatever his name s he responded saying, in all seriousness, i would give outwhooping i owe ray lewis so let's go. >> wow. >> all right. >>> any of your teammates can -- and any of your other teammates, i will beat them up too from chad johnson. so, to be continued. >>> today is the 100th anniversary of the international women's day. and secretary of state clinton and first lady obama will mark the day by honoring 10 women from around the globe with the international women of crnlg awards at a ceremony in the nation's capital. 100 women, 92 countries gathered at state department yesterday to begin a 3-week professional exchange program here in the u.s. mrs. clinton called them pioneers in business, academics civil site site and government and says her -- society in government and said their action inspire her. >>> it's fat tuesday and new orleans is ready to rock and roll. that is live picture right now not a lot of action yet. but it's going to be a different story in few hours. you know that all the parti
there in japan, we appreciate you calling and updating us. chad, can you explain to us how these nuclear reactors are supposed to work and how they're not working right now? >> this is an old reactor, started in '67, finished in 1971. a reactor spins a turbine, the turbine spins a generator and the generator sends electricity after being degree gred dated to 110 and goes to your house. >>> we want to take you to the white house briefing because they are addressing the situation in japan. >> he can answer questions people have about the safety of american citizens in japan as well as he can just generally update americans about the impact of the accident, or rather the after math of the tsunami and earthquake. and then i also have dan poneman who can outline everything we are doing to assist japan as it deals with the aftermath. with that, i'll ask these two gentlemen to speak, if you could address the questions related to their areas to them and then we'll let them get out of here and get back to work and i will take questions on other issues. thanks very much. >> if i could just start with just
. >>> sports now. with the nfl issues continuing, could chad ochocinco be playing soccer. he tried out yesterday, the first of his four-day tryout period. before you laugh it off, chad played soccer from when he is 4 years old before he quit to focus on football and says he calls soccer his first love. >>> as for the wizards, you know what is going to happen. their match machine up against the clippers went into the wee hours of the morning. but the same result. clippers working the ball. check this out around the paint with the fancy pass to blake griffin. up he goes. that is a rejection. mcgee, beautiful! a typical slamfest. a good player. john wall had a good game, 32 points and 10 assists. the wiz lose this one on the road. what else is new? 127-119. >>> the georgetown women's basketball team are gearing up for the top seeded u. conn on sunday after dismantling the terps tuesday night. georgetown used an 11-0 run to open the game to set the tone. and a career best 34 points from sugar rogelios are to advance to the sweet 16. >>> former georgetown coach john thompson is returning to
. allowed two runs. alfonso soriano there. the cubs win it by a count of 3-1. >>> in chad ochocincp os never ending request to have the world pay attention to chad ochocincp he is trying to play soccer now. he began a four day tryout with a major league soccer team in kansas city. ochocinco started playing soccer when was four and turned his attention to football when got into high school. he has less than zero chance of making the team but the major goal was accomplished because more than 40 media members were there to watch and that is probably about 36 more guys than would normally be there. >> he said actually soccer was his first love and not football yes. >> looked good there. >> pro level. >> no, we all played soccer when we were kids. >> four years old. >> and we were all-stars on the soccer team. >> that is this edition of abc 7 news at 9:00. for larry beil, spence spence christian and dan ashley thank you for watching. we hope to see you in one hou
in with chad myers, paula hancocks, all of our reporters. our i-reporters are there as well sending us amazing images, video, still pictures. we'll share much more with you when we come back. [ male announcer ] to the 5:00 a.m. scholar. the two trains and a bus rider. the "i'll sleep when it's done" academic. for 80 years, we've been inspired by you. and we've been honored to walk with you to help you get where you want to be. ♪ because your moment is now. let nothing stand in your way. ♪ >>> tokyo is relatively far from the worst-hit areas, about 150 miles or so. but it still has a feel of a disaster zone right now. aftershocks, debris in the street es and lots of foot shortages. cnn i-reporter jessica is joining us on the phone now from tokyo. you sent us some really amazing still photographs of what you saw. tell us what you felt and what you saw when that earthquake, that 8.9 magnitude earthquake hit. >> sure. i was in school with my teacher. i was taking a private lesson. i was on the fourth floor of my school building. because the new zealand earthquake had just been in the news, 30
parts of the united states, the west coast, are starting to feel the impact. now i want to get to chad myers because, chad, you have been dealing with this, and -- and it's really quite unbelievable. what are we talking about for the west coast? >> well, we're talking about a wave that's still coming across the pacific ocean that will eventually crash onshore into the western sea. this was a very large series of events. we always talk about aftershocks. we rarely talk about foreshocks, f-o-r-e. they happen as almost a precursor to a large quake. this area had been seeing two days worth of large 6 and 7-point earthquakes. finally last night all heck broke loose with the 8.8 aftershock to the foreshock and now we're seeing shocks all around the country, so all those things that are damaged by the earthquake, becoming redamaged or just moved around again in places that they certainly don't need it. the story here is so far, i just got this in my ear. there are no reports of american casualties or injuries in the quake or in the tsunami, so far. there are a lot of americans that live in th
are small businesses holding up? todd maceachen of the small business association, chad mutray of pinchfield consulting and analytics, the former chief economist for the small business administration's office of advocacy. alfred edmond is the multimedia he had or tore at large at black enterprise and cameron johnson is a entrepreneur and author. great to see all of you. todd, i want to ask you first, let's talk about gas prices now. from where you sit, are you telling small businesses, you know what, plan for the worst, start thinking of ways to hedge this. >> i think the key thing to watch, i'm no foreign policy expert but the key thing is saudi arabia. the next couple of weeks whether anything develops there that could be dangerous is a real danger sign. gas prices have gone up. we've seen these spikes before and they're definitely a problem as you described for small companies. i haven't been telling people, though, that it's time to really plan for the very worst. we'll see what the next few weeks hold, and if that's the case, you can see a significant rise in gas prices if things develo
is affected. here to tell us about this and where the wind is going is cnn meteorologist chad meyers. chad, what's the latest? >> for the next 24 hours, conditions could be worse. we have a low pressure center almost like a nor'easter off the east coast of the u.s. it's off the east coast of japan. it is going to bring in winds. it already is in tokyo from the northeast. when we see the e, the winds are always from where they're from. a northeast wind is coming from the northeast. when we see the e that, is a bad thing. with we see a w, from the west, that's good. the radiation gets push the off into the ocean and away from land. when we see this northeast, we get concerned. for the next 20 hours, we will have an e in our forecast. the winds will come out of the northeast because of one low. and then another low that develops behind it. there is the southeast. and then finally, the cold front goes by late tomorrow night. and winds will be off shore. but for the next 20 to 24 hours, any major radiation release will be push the back on to the people of japan. >> chad, will cane here. there's
, chad? >> no, not except for crescent city, california, where we expected 8.2, but it was 8.1 foot waves. that is a good forecast. this is santa cruz, and ktvu, and santa cruz harbor and even though it faces to the south, the water has been surging in and out of the harbor and boats have been pushed all over the place. that boat is on something, not water. that is a sailboat up on land at some point in time, and ass ta water surges back and forth, because of the literally boats don't have a long enough lines to go with the flow, so to speak that they have lost the mooring and crashing into each other. it has been bumper boats for the last hour or so, and i have been watching that out of santa cruz harbor. reports from social media more than anything else, and this is now maui had a nine-foot storm surge in the maria na. not a big marina, but you know cheeseburger in paradise and all of the places there by the water, some of the places up to the second floor there. this is a rear facing beach in hawaii and all of the energy ran right into it. you see the better shot there how the bumper b
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of minutes. we'll get to chad in a moment. i want to take you back to saturday. massive explosion blows the roof of the building housing the number one reactor at this stricken nuclear plant. you see the smoke obviously an explosion. so today the roof blew off the number three reactor. keep in mind we're talking specifically abo specifically about number one, two, three. both of these reactors may have had partial meltdowns already. perhaps so bad enough to begin with. but now we have this. at the number two reactor, the water level dropped around the extremely hot fuel rods not just once but twice. so they fixed it once. then it happened again. so what we're talking about here is three nuclear crises all at once. chad myers, if you would, i know we've all been reading a lot about nuclear reactors, plants, these uranium rods. there are multiple issues, one is with the water, cooling systems. now they're having to pump seawater in there. >> on a normal operating day there's a water loop that goes through there. it steams, makes power, it condenses, makes water, the water cools the rod, t
the radiation coming from japan, as chad told us. why is there a rush on pills that help protect you against radiation exposure? i'm going to tell you about that. >>> our social media question of the day. should nuclear power be used as a source of energy? why or why not? join the discussion on my blog, cent.com/ali. post to facebook or twitter accounts that you see right there. [ male announcer ] if you've been to the hospital with heart-related chest pain or a heart attack known as acs, you may not want to face the fact that you're at greater risk of a heart attack or stroke. plavix helps protect people with acs against heart attack or stroke: people like you. it's one of the most researched prescription medicines. goes beyond what they do alone by helping to keep blood platelets from sticking and forming dangerous clots. plavix. protection against heart attack or stroke in people with acs. [ female announcer ] plavix is not for everyone. certain genetic factors and some medicines such as prilosec reduce the effect of plavix leaving you at greater risk for heart attack and stroke. your doc
put them up there. rafinha bastos, chad ochocinco, conan o'brien, ryan seacrest. who is rafino. >> he is a brazilian comedian and makes an amazing use of twitter to communicate with his followers. the fact that he bubbled to the top in this study was surprising to be sure. as i learned more about before bastos, i'm not surprised. he makes an excellent use of twitter as a medium. >> what's really interesting, if you look at the top five most followed, these are the people who have the most folks go on twitter and say, yes, i want to follow. lady gaga has the most at 7.9 butt, but justin bieber piece her on the influence index. president obama has 6.5 million followers and you're ranking him 83 on that influence index. what does it take to be a real influencer on twitter? >> well, contessa, twitalyzer is a business solution used by thousands of companies around the world looking for individuals with whom they can create a connection. what it takes to create true influence is real engage maenlt and not just using it as a broadcast medium. certainly you can argue that the president has mo
is chad ocho cinco playing soccer? i have no idea, gwen, but wisdom martin and i will debate this and more coming up in "off the wall." >> i call it multitalented. >> is that what it is? some people might have another adjective. >> mother nais multitalented. look what she's doing. sunshine, 80 one day, and now snow. what's happening? winter is back. i'm going to have the details on how it's all going to stick around. as >>> some of the top stories we are following this morning, the u.s. navy is bringing barges full of fresh water to the crippled nuclear plant in japan. they can't use seawater to cool them any more. officials know about a big radiation spike but they don't know how long it was or how long workers were exposed. levels in the water were reportedly so million times higher than normal. however, this morning operators of that nuclear plant say the huge spike in radiation levels was a mistake. >>> a maryland police officer shot a robbery suspect in aspen hill yesterday. this morning there's an investigation into the shooting. a map walked into a jewelry store acting very strangel
from and have an edge. it is nice to have the experience. >> chad ochocinco has been challenged to a boxing match there is a tryout with kansas city of major league soccer. his trial begins next week. the team will decide if he has the skills to match his verbal skills. because of the nfl locked out, all rules suspended, he can pursue what he calls a dachildhd dream to play soccer. stick around, tom tasselmire go seven rounds with the forecast. the seven-day straight ahead. >> here is what we're working on for 11 news tonight. tonight find out how the japan disaster is affecting the global economy. plus, an update on bullying. a recent update featured a brief confrontation yep, you can get a great deal on every volkswagen, including the 2011 jetta. awesome. plus it's an iihs top safety pick. even better. but they're going fast. so, i guess this is where you tell me i got to hurry or it's gone right? yep. going going gone. get it? it's funny. [ male announcer ] the volkswagen going going gone event. hurry in, and for a limited time while they last, get a 2011 jetta for $179 a mon
about strategically. it's about more than that. i have done work at chad. a lock down facility. we are approaching young men they are incarcerated than attend the csu colleges. we become the keepers of the cages. very serious statistic. as an educator. i came out on a radio show not too long ago. an interviewer kept insisting being part of a gang like al-qaeda. that dehumanizes. i have spoken to so many of these students. when he shared that with me. i said, i refuse to go there. it perpet utes that paradigm. our paradigm changes ladies and gentlemen. what i would like to do is this. i want to pull the lens back to use that metaphor. what's feeding that monster. to think strategically. if anything, if you leave here today, you will leave with my accent. one last thing. i do speak to children an awful lot. i have a doctorate. education has meant more for me. i am under no illusion. i also know that having a doctorate doesn't confir
for fire safety. >> good morning. >> my name is chad rathman and i will be making a brief presentation on the improvements to the northeast corner of market street. this is agenda item this projece second stage of implementation of this project. the first stage was in 2006 on a one way four-lane street on market. the project would be part of the prioritization program ended is also consistent with the area plan in the upper market division. the most significant improvements are for bicyclists and pedestrians. improving the existing curbs line on the northeast corner of the intersection -- you should have paper copies as well as the slide. we are moving of the pedestrian signal and constructing an ada compliance kirk raab. -- curb ramp. it will increase the crossing distance, and it will visually narrow market street to motorists. the project has been environmentally cleared and is ready to proceed. it is approximately $61,000. the department of public works staff will move forward and the public will finalize the design. the design is scheduled for completion in fall 2011. the project
leader and fell out of favor with gaddafi after libya lost a war with chad in the late 1980's. he fled in exile to the united states. now he is back in libya working to liberate the nation. abc 7 news. >>> let's turn to the disaster in japan. radiation levels outside a crippled nuclear car plant are rising. they are investigating reports of high levels of radiation in a town 25 miles from the facility. the u.n. nuclear facility says those levels are far above the threshold for an evacuation. >>> one year after one of the deadliest shootings in the district, members of a small piece community voiced their frustration to the mayor. >> it is beyond me. >> dozens held a vigil outside the presbyterian church last night paying tribute to the nine people shot on march 30 last year. four victims died in that attack. one man pleaded guilty, several others face charges. >>> it is opening day and national park. they have been getting ready the streets to face off against the atlanta braves. pregame ceremony begins at 12:00 noon. people will be inducted into the washington d.c. sports hall of fame
in sport -- a long and sporadic war with chad, taking exile somewhere in fairfax county, now back in libya working to liberate the nation. we don't know much about his life in virginia. it is a mystery where he lived and what he did. one published report said the cia was involved in relocating him to the states. jay korff, abc 7 news. >>> let's get the latest on the disaster in japan. abc 7 news has learned the u.s. military is sending a maryland- based marine unit to japan in response to the nuclear crisis. the team is based at the indian head nucleate -- surface warfare center and is expected to arrive on friday. they're trained in personal decontamination. they will remain on standby in areas close to the fukushima plant. >>> a memorial service has been planned for the teacher who died in the earthquake and tsunami in japan. taylor &'s family will hold a service in her memory this saturday -- taylor and%'s family will hold a service in her memory this saturday. . death is the first reported american fatality in the disaster. >>> maryland lawmakers are one step closer to cracking down on
there are positives from the nfl lockout. the work stoppage has given chad ochocinco a chance to follow his childhood dream. he has a four-day tryout with a major league soccer team sporting kc. he played soccer until high school when he gave it up to focus on football. he picked a field goal in the 2009 preseason game. despite the lockout, chad is determined to play some form of football this year. that's your first look at sports. i'm fred roggin. >>> now for another quick look at the weather, here is nbc meteorologist bill karins with the weather channel forecast. luck of the irish there in your forecast. >> i know. what's your threshold for all of a sudden pulling the sandals out? >> i don't -- i live in a tiny new york apartment, i don't have any room to put things away so they have been sitting in my closet. >> they're ready to go, okay. >> i just have to slip them on, bill. so bring it. >> may need them on friday. it will be really nice. let's talk about this morning. it is a little cool. but you can feel it in the air. temperatures in the mid-40s and upper 40s to start the day. when it is tha
.o.t. chad keane/policia de capitola 20:26:00 not like a creek, but like a river, probably like 3 feet deep.. este policia describe el torrente no como un arroyo, sino como un rio, y calcula que eran 3 pies de profundidad.. todo empez debajo de este parque de casas mviles.. una tuberia que drena un arroyo cuesta arriba se revent y provoc esta enorme grieta por donde salieron miles de galones de agua.. s.o.t. chad keane/policia de capitola 2:05:00 pipe erupted, that creek essentially came above ground, no longer supported by the piping and literally just washed through this mobile home park... el oficial dijo que el arroyo esencialmente se elev a la superficie cuando se revent la tuberia y el agua fue cuesta abajo hacia el pueblo.. el crater dej esta casa movil suspendida por pilares. s.o.t. david drivon/dueño de casa 3:22:00 it's pretty much a total loss, so we'll just have to see.. el dueÑo de la casa dijo que es prdida total y an no sabe si podr rescatar algo.. mientras tanto, los equipos de limpieza continuan las labores. stand up/jaime peluffo los daños a lo propiedad pública se cal
, carol costello. suzanne will be back tomorrow, we think. >> she will be. >> yes. >> chad myers, randi kaye up next with more on that severe weather. >>> thanks, fred. we are continuing to watch the severe weather, which is erupting in the florida area near tampa. so chad, why don't you bring us up to date. >> another very slight, big line of cells. just south of tampa-st. pete hitting into braidington. the tornado about hour, hour and a half ago moved through largo, south of tampa, near brandon and out towards lake wales and it continued kind of skipped along a little bit but tornado damage all along a big line. now that same line of weather is moving out toward the eastern sections of the country which could be melbourne, palm bay and the like, all the way down toward vero. we'll keep watching it. it is going to be a big system, a big system for the rest of the day as tornados could come in from the gulf of mexico and continue to move off to the east. right now, no tornados confirmed on the ground. i'll keep you updated. >> anyone in that area right now, what should they do? >> if yo
a sham. chad ochocinco has another job during the lock out. he's earned a spot on the practice team for sporting kansas city major league soccer. he got a 5-day try out and said it was his goal to get an honorary spot on the team, it will allow him to work out twice a week with a pro soccer team. >> that will keep him in shape. >> for now, chad ochocinco playing soccer. >> can he score with his head? >> be careful. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, don't miss the cbs primetime line-up at 10:00. a new episode of "a good wife" followed by wjz(eyewitness news) news at 11:00. >>> they say i do at bush stadium. the couple and their shivering guests sat through a blizzard of the no word whether they sped up the ceremony to get back inside a little sooner. >> okay, those bridesmaids deserve a special necklace for standing there in those dresses. back at 11:00. >> thanks for watching wjz, maryland's news station. much more ahead on >> tonight, keeping up the pressure on qaddafi. new air strikes and a diplomatic push. we talk to the president. >> the people around him are starting to recognize that their
news chops next hour when we put the question to chad meyers, our meteorologist. >>. >> white house officials and lawmakers meet today to talk, rather, about spending cuts. ed henry, part of the best political team on television. ed is at the white house there. what is vice president biden and the rest of those folks doing to try to come up with a deal? >> reporter: this is really the first big substantive talks, getting all sides together, the white house with democrats and republicans on the hill. it will be brokered by vice president joe biden in sis capitol office, meeting with mitch mcconnell, john boehner and democratic leaders as well, the white house budget director and the white house chief of staff. they are getting the big officials finally together in one room because they have big differences on how to come up with a long-term budget deal. the president signed into law the short-term continuing deal to keep the government open for two weeks but they are going to be bumping up against another government shutdown in a couple weeks so they are laying the ground work to lay
, that stretch of highway has reopened today. let's bring in chad myers to see how long the rain's going to be around. >> well, it's over. what you see is what you get. probably a good half inch in most of the areas that had the fire, 10,000 acres. not just one fire in one big circle. it has spread to many different spots, but as the rain came through last night, it's well south. and there you go. there's the rain. right over that fire area in orlando or east of orlando. we still have our affiliates out and about. wxtv is live there showing you what was left yesterday. clearly some type of mobile vehicle. propane tank did not explode there. a shocking sight to think of how hot that was. hopefully those were empty, but what i've noticed from the live shots and i've seen them for about 15 or 20 minutes, there's not as much smoke today. the texas or florida department is only saying 10% in the way of containment, but i believe there's probably more than 10. that's because what the fire did yesterday, what the rain did. there was a lot of rain in other places that didn't need it. every count
a responsibility for their constituents. this from michael -- this from chad -- this from jujana -- facebook.com/carolcnn and the conversation will continue. >> you wonder how long they're going to stay away. you just wonder. is there a cut off point? is there a deadline? are they paying attention to what people are saying? >> they're paying attention to national polls. there's a new one that came out today and it said that most people are in favor of the unions. and you have to remember that the democrats who were staying away in wisconsin get a lot of campaign money from unions, so makes sense. a whole bunch of things at work here. >> little politics going on. >> a lot. >> thanks. >>> charlie sheen, he says he's clean and sober, and even pulls out a drug test to prove it. [ m] america's beverage companies are working together to put more information right up front. adding new calorie labels to every single can, bottle and pack they produce. so you can make the choice that's right for you. ♪ a body at rest tends to stay at rest... while a body in motion tends to stay in motion. staying ac
's go to cnn's meteorologist chad myers in atlanta. welcome, chad. >>> i want to go through all this happened. it's a thrust-fault earthquake. there's japan. there's the japan trench. go look at the atlas, you can find it. there is a pacific plate that goes under the country of japan, and right there at that thrust fault, it's going to -- for many years get pushed down slowly, and then all of a sudden yesterday, it pops up. it's because this plate moves in one direction. the other plate stays in the same spot. all of a sudden, it can't hold back any longer, and it thrusts up, and with that thrust it pushes the water above it up into the sky. and it makes a bubble. it makes a giant splash. the splash spreads out, becomes a tsunami. so originally they felt the shaking, that was the shaking of the ground. but then literally five to ten minutes later, the bubble of water crashed on shore and did much more damage than the earthquake itself. >> amazing to me. it brings back memories. i remember studying this in science as we all did in high school at some point. you don't think it's e
in cnn's severe weather expert, chad myers, our meteorologist. chad, i'm getting a lot of questions from viewers around the world, wanting to know this 8.9 magnitude earthquake, now almost two days ago, that it had an impact on the axis of the earth. tell us what's going on here. >> when the earth moved, literally, the crust of the plates of the earth moved, so did the landmasses that they're attached to. here's japan, here, this would be -- it's actually the north america plate -- i know that doesn't make any sense, because you're thinking, that's not north america. but the pacific plate is the one that was going under japan. japan sits on the north america plate and the plate is behind it. as the pressures were building up, that pacific plate is pushing into japan and going under japan, it's called subducting. so this subduction zone here is going under. the part that is japan here that this plays on begins to curl in, it begins to get stresses on it. go ahead and hit play. the stresses here get pushed in, pushed in, pushed in, and all of a sudden, at the very last minute right before
. despite the lockout, chad is determined to play some form of football this year. that's your early look at sports on "early today." i'm fred roggin. >>> the dramatic public trial charlie sheen was hoping for may be off, for good. your early morning entertainment headlines are straight ahead. >>> plus, the new space station crew member who can match wits and muscle with any of the best and the brightest. you're watching "early today." >>> well, welcome back on this st. paddy's day. forecast, nice and simple today. a beautiful, warm day all the way up to chicago. 65 degrees. kansas city, almost near 80. ridiculous. it will be very warm throughout so many areas. chance of showers in the northern plains. the cold front slices through st. louis kansas city and st. louis. maybe a shower in chicago. all that warm out out ahead of that front 70s as far north as new york. if you're watching us on wtwo news center 16 south bend, indiana, there have been headliners on hollywood's big screens, the stars in the car at the national museum. that's your "early today" event of the day, lynn. kit, genera
good, not because you don't want to. >> chad ocho-cinco may not have football to play, at least not the american kind. the six-time probowler has not played competitive soccer since the 10th grade but said if he makes the team, he will play for free. he will make the team as a good economic decision. >>> major league baseball released stats today on the most popular jerseys sold in 2010. steven strasburg was 13th in all of baseball. in the month he was called up he sold more rookies rookie -- more jerseys than any rookie in mlb history. >>> perez was signed to a deal today. in '04 he led the majors with ks in 9 innings. >>> high schoolers dchighschool.sports.net. if you make the cut you get a flip cam and all that stuff. you can apply on dcsports.net. >>> the dude perfect guys are back with another ridiculous basketball shot. top from the reliance stadium. playing the wind right to left. it's swishing. we have another angle from the floor as the ball comes down. watch it move with the wind. i hope hooper is skeptical -- i snow hooper is skeptical. >> i couldn't even see the bask
, but for at least one player, it is actually thrilling. always hungry for publicity, cincinnati bengals chad ochocinco is curious about soccer. the lockout gave him a chance to make the practice quad of a major league sport in kansas city, fulfilling his lifelong dream of playing soccer. >>> amare stoudamire is working on different dreams. he is the new man in grammy award winning singer sierra's life. >>> engine reek kay iglesias dropped out of britney spears concert tour because his ego can't deal with being the opening act. earlier this week, spears held a new conference announcing the the deal, but hours later, she was snubbed by enre reenreek en because he couldn't handle being the opening. >> i don't think that was a good fit. >>> this comes to us from wtvj nearby miami. people looking to stay in shape have a whole new gym. this community center looks a lot more like training camp because for now it is. football players locked out of team facilities are working out with some unlikely gym mates. it turns out it's a win-win. players get to pump their off season iron and the older folks s
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